As our kids return to school, Josh Shapiro and Doug Mastriano discuss school choice.
From The Editors
Far from being “notoriously underfunded,” Pennsylvania public schools receive more funding per student than most schools in the nation.
By Anthony Hennen
A sentence saying higher school budgets does not necessarily lead to higher achievement-test scores is now the basis of a quiet fight in Harrisburg.
By Todd Shepherd
A Pennsylvania state senator wants to use federal money from the American Rescue Plan Act to expand school choice options during the pandemic.
By Victor Skinner
New legislation championed by State Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Harrisburg) would redirect billions of dollars in Pennsylvania’s public school funding into individual scholarship accounts for students.
By Christen Smith
A history of management snafus under Superintendent Bill Hite can only make you wonder if we’re able to seize this potentially transformative moment.
By Larry Platt
While the Democrats on Tuesday seized upon the state’s percentage portion of spending, decrying the 44th-in-the-nation ranking the percentage represents, they don’t bother to do the math.
By Chris Comisac